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How does decision-makers work with uncertainties in climate models?

Carin Nilsson, research coordinator at CEC is co-author in the book ”Adapting to an uncertain climate - lessons from practice”, which collects examples from several countries in Europe , where decision-makers and researchers have worked together in projects to adapt to future challenges in climate.
Adapting to an uncertain climate

The book intends to benefit a wide suit of decision-makers, policy developers, advisors, knowledge brokers, practitioners, researchers and others interested in dealing with uncertainty in climate adaptation decision-making, by using real life cases to provide lessons and insights on how to address distinct and relevant uncertainties.

It aims to assist informed decision-making and provides the reader with guidance and recommendations that emanate from situations were uncertainties had to be addressed in real climate adaptation decisions.

This book is one of the multiple outcomes of the CIRCLE-2 Joint Initiative on Climate Uncertainties, which started as a workshop in Stockholm 2010, arranged by SMHI. CIRCLE-2 is a European Network of 34 institutions from 23 countries committed to fund research and share knowledge on climate adaptation and the promotion of long-term cooperation among national and regional climate change programmes. .

Buy or download the book here

You can find the book "Adapting to an uncertain climate - lessons from practice” available online in paperback and e-book format at Springer.

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